Please Read: Londesborough United Church and Knox United Church, Auburn, follow the series of Bible readings known as the Revised Common Lectionary.
Worshipping God is an active, communal thing. We worship with our whole beings: body, mind, and spirit. We worship together with the Holy Spirit and as part of the one Body of Christ around the world. We’re so glad to worship with you today!
Read: Londesborough United Church and Knox United Church, Auburn, usually follow the series of Bible readings known as the Revised Common Lectionary.
The readings for September 27, 2020, the 17th Sunday after Pentecost, are:
Reflect: Read Susan’s reflection on Exodus 17:1-7—“There in Front of You”—by clicking on the link below.
- If Moses had asked you to keep walking on ahead with him and the elders, would you have been more likely to go with them or to say no?
- What spiritual practices do you use to keep you tuned in to God’s leading in your life: silence, prayer, lectio divina, walking meditation, or something else?
- When you look in your heart today, do you feel beloved? Why or why not?
Find somebody to discuss these questions with, like a friend, neighbour, or family member. Puzzling over the mysteries of God together is how we help each other grow in faith.
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